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A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies. Available at Amazon.com in print and kindle A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies. Available at Amazon.com in print and kindle formats.


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A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies. Available at Amazon.com in print and kindle A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies is a collection of 26 highly creative and entertaining acrostic poems. With visually captivating illustrations and rhyming verse, learning the alphabet is now more fun! As an added bonus, each poem provides a clever mnemonic device that aids in teaching children how to spell their fruits and veggies. Available at Amazon.com in print and kindle formats.

48 review for A-Z Poetry: Fruits and Veggies

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cate

    What a great little book that serves a dual purpose. If you are looking for a novel way to teach the alphabet to younger children, this may be just the book you are looking for; and not just the alphabet, this book also provides a wonderful way to introduce the often daunting topic of poetry into their lives. Filled with wonderful illustrations that help the young reader or those being read to understand the poetry, this book would make a great alternative to the usual bedtime story. The poems in What a great little book that serves a dual purpose. If you are looking for a novel way to teach the alphabet to younger children, this may be just the book you are looking for; and not just the alphabet, this book also provides a wonderful way to introduce the often daunting topic of poetry into their lives. Filled with wonderful illustrations that help the young reader or those being read to understand the poetry, this book would make a great alternative to the usual bedtime story. The poems in themselves are different to some anyone picking this up maybe used to, as each follows a mnemonic that helps in the teach the spelling of the particular fruit or veggie you are reading about. With this said, maybe I should amend my original statement of it serving a dual purpose. As well as educating it also helps young children realise that they are not the only one who may have issues regarding bedtime for example, and it does this in a light-hearted manner that most children will be able to relate to. Combine this with images of items that many children have in their own homes and the result is a book that children and grandchildren alike will feel has been written just for them. Containing rhyming verse and haiku I could not think of a better way to introduce my grandson to poetry. However, I did have several issues with loading this book both on my Kindle and on my PC, and I could see that this would cause issues with an impatient child eager to delve into new pages, along with the fact that it is only 15 pages long I felt it was a little over-priced for what it is, and this resulted in my 4 thumbs review. I would highly recommend this book to those who are wanting new and interesting ways to teach young children about spelling, the alphabet and poetry. Originally reviewed on: http://catesbooknuthut.com/2014/04/18... This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nai

    Book crashes kindle. It looks really great, and the synopsis is promising. I picked it up on a free day, and would love to read it, but unfortunately no such luck. I was intrigued as it is illustrated, poetry and involves food. Sounds like it could be a great teaching tool and resource for teachers. If I remember, I'll try re-downloading it sometime in the new year, and hopefully it will work, and not crash my kindle :( Rating of 3 applied as I can't really review the book, and have no way to know Book crashes kindle. It looks really great, and the synopsis is promising. I picked it up on a free day, and would love to read it, but unfortunately no such luck. I was intrigued as it is illustrated, poetry and involves food. Sounds like it could be a great teaching tool and resource for teachers. If I remember, I'll try re-downloading it sometime in the new year, and hopefully it will work, and not crash my kindle :( Rating of 3 applied as I can't really review the book, and have no way to know what's inside.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Acrostic poems featuring fruits and vegetables make up this alphabet book for kids. It would be good to use for examples when teaching poetry forms. I downloaded it as a free Kindle book on a day it was featured, but had trouble with it crashing, so it took a while to work my way from page to page.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    I WON THIS BOOK IN A GOODREADS FIRST READ GIVEAWAY! I was so pleasantly surprised at the large size and text of this book, which I feel is beneficial to a small child's mind. I read this book to my niece and she enjoyed it. I will be giving it to my best friend when she has her baby in March so that she can read it to him as he grows up. I WON THIS BOOK IN A GOODREADS FIRST READ GIVEAWAY! I was so pleasantly surprised at the large size and text of this book, which I feel is beneficial to a small child's mind. I read this book to my niece and she enjoyed it. I will be giving it to my best friend when she has her baby in March so that she can read it to him as he grows up.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Sy Sevilla

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nixon Sánchez Oblitas

  7. 4 out of 5

    Ann

  8. 4 out of 5

    Brenda

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rodolfo Vitangcol

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Cox

  11. 4 out of 5

    bjneary

    A colorful romp through fruits and vegetables, enjoyable:)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Abby

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    Kyle

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    Joyce Ramos

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  18. 5 out of 5

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    Maggie Fout

  22. 4 out of 5

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  23. 4 out of 5

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  24. 4 out of 5

    Steven Rivas

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  32. 4 out of 5

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  45. 5 out of 5

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    Frank Martorana

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    Pamela

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